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Photographer: Caponigro, John Paul

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This is a small sampling from more than fifty photographs and objects related to photographer John Paul Caponigro that are included in the Photographic History Collection. The collection represents the scope of Caponigro's relationship with photography and digital tools, including some early equipment (an Epson printer he beta-tested, Photoshop 3.0), demonstrations of thought processes (pastel color studies, pen and ink composition studies), postcards (sent, unsent, iPhone camera used to manipulate images), and final works on paper and metal. One work is a collaboration with his father, photographer, Paul Caponigro. Also of note, is Caponigro's portrait of Jerry Uelsmann (2005.0096.05).

Copyright held by John Paul Caponigro.

Keywords: digital photography, manipulated images, digital print, pigment print, dye sublimation on aluminum, postcards, Georgia O'Keefe, Jerry Uelsmann

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caponigro cover

NMAH Photographic History Collection

Dangerous Passage

National Museum of American History

Father Son

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Incubation XV 2016

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Greetings from Acadia National Park

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She had a way with lines!

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Greetings from iceland Land of 1000 waterfalls

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there's always a volcano about to erupt in Iceland

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Greetings from South Africa!

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Greetings from Iceland Land of Fire & Ice

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Greetings from O'Keefe Country

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Clear Skies in New Mexico

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A sharp lady in a beautiful place

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Tasted the earth in Sonomas Benziger wines

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Shark Attack! Yesterday in Capetown South Africa

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Apple iPhone 3GS

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Replica of the Wolcott camera patent model

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